Chester County Health Care Directives
End-of-life decisions, such as whether to continue or discontinue medical care, are among the most important, intimate decisions a person can make. When the time comes to make these decisions, however, many people are unable to express their wishes due to incapacity. With an advance health care directive in place, you can give your loved ones the guidance they need as to the course of your medical treatment. When your advance health care directive is prepared by a skilled attorney, it can give you and your loved ones peace of mind.
At Hudson L. Voltz, P.C., our Downingtown-based law firm creates health care directives and estate planning documents for people across Chester County and beyond. With many years of experience, our lawyers, Hudson Voltz and Janet Satterthwaite, can handle all of your estate planning needs with sensitivity and care.
Working Closely With You To Create An Advance Health Care Directive
An advance health care directive, also referred to as a “living will,” can give health care professionals and your family members the necessary guidance in the event you are unconscious, incapacitated or otherwise unable to express your wishes. Your advance health care directive can be as specific as you would like it to be, detailing exactly when (and when not) to provide life-sustaining treatment.
In order to be legally enforceable under Pennsylvania law, your advance health care directive must meet a number of requirements. Our lawyers will attend to every detail, working closely with you to meet your needs. In addition, our firm is ready and able to take on other parts of the estate planning process for you and your family.
Contact Hudson L. Voltz, P.C.
Contact the law firm of Hudson L. Voltz, P.C. at 610-518-9500.